Genre: Electronic Breakbeat Jazz.
Full-length release from Revolution Void, mixing electronic music with jazz improvisation. Increase the Dosage traverses through down- to mid-tempo breakbeat styles, all the while featuring jazz solos by notables such as Matthew Garrison (Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul) and Seamus Blake (Mingus Big Band, Kurt Rosenwinkel).
For more information, visit the website: www.revolutionvoid.com
1 - Invisible Walls
2 - Factum par Fictio
3 - Habitual Ritual
4 - Effects of Elevation
5 - The Modern Divide
6 - Double the Daily Dose
7 - Weekend Amnesia
8 - Obscure Terrain
9 - Accelerated Lifestyle
10 - Headphonetic
11 - Nebulous Notions
Revolution Void - Increase the Dosage
Release id: RV003 Label: Revolution Void Records.
1. Invisible Walls
2. Factum par Fictio
3. Habitual Ritual
4. Effects of Elevation
5. The Modern Divide
6. Double the Daily Dose
7. Weekend Amnesia
8. Obscure Terrain
9. Accelerated Lifestyle
11. Nebulous Notions
Seamus Blake Sax on 1 & 2
Matthew Garrison 5-string bass on 2 & 4
Darryl Estes Sax on 3, 6 & 10
Steven Burke Drum loops on 10, brushes on 6
Dave Hill, jr Drum loop source material on 9
James Rotondi Bass loop source material
Michael Shrieve Drum loop source material on 5
Gino Srdjan Yevdjevich Vocals on 5
Ill-esha (Elysha Zaide) Vocals on 5
Nicolas Manel Guitar solo on 9
November 22, 2006 Subject:
better than life
anyone who reviews creative commons releases know [or should know] of revolution void. why, because its some of the best produces jazz plus electronics to appear. very highly reccomended.
June 14, 2006 Subject:
Great up-beat electronic/jazz music. Perfect professional recording. It's both complex enough for attentive listening, yet subtle enough to stay in the background if you want. This is one of my favorite discoveries on the internet archive so far.
December 11, 2005 Subject:
Very nice to listen to while working on many things
Revolution Void -
April 16, 2005 Subject:
Matt Borghi's AMG Review
Revolution Void is the compositional ensemble of Jonah Dempcy, and his recording of the same name is a strange blending of live band/ensemble-style instrumentation fused with other live and textural elements...
... the Revolution Void recording is excellent and shows quite a gifted blend of sounds that defy genre specification, coming together and becoming quite cohesive. This is a very eclectic recording and one that certainly rewards the listener with a palette for new and intriguing sound. This is a great disc, and one that listeners should definitely look into.